Simboliza la flor de loto que brota desde la oscuridad del lodo. Abre sus pétalos y recibe la luz del sol.

anahata_padmamudra

Sirve para trabajar: El corazón: Amor hacia sí mismo y hacia los demás. El perdón, la compasión. Ahimsa o no-violencia. Trabaja el cuarto centro bioenergético (Anahata chakra), desbloqueándolo y abriéndolo para recibir y dar amor.

Puedes acompañarlo con respiración consciente (como la respiración yóguica completa) y una meditación de cualquier tipo: visualizaciones, meditaciones guiadas, canto de mantras, o incluso algunos yogasanas.

2 Comments

  1. You actually make it appear really easy with your presentation however I to find this topic to be actually something which I believe I’d by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely wide for me. I’m looking forward in your next post, I will try to get the grasp of it!

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  2. Hi Alex, thanks for reading this post! It is in fact a very wide topic but at the same time, the very essence of yoga is to be accesible, understandable and doable for everyone. You just need to open your heart and find, first of all, the things that are most easy for you to understand and really feel in your mind and body, and then it all will find its way for you to understand and practice. Thanks again for reading and I am looking forward to write again soon!

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